Imagine somebody who could conjure up designs for the universe and everything in it. And now imagine somebody who could get it all built in only six days. This doesn’t sound like some ordinary person. Right?
The sun, moon, and stars. Animals. Birds. Fish. Reptiles. And…oh yeah, human beings.
Yeah. God is definitely no ordinary person.
Surely I don’t have to tell you that.
All those amazing designs sprang into existence during The Very First 6 Days of creation. Our tiny minds can hardly imagine how all that could have happened just because God commanded it.
He just spoke the words. And the universe appeared. Wow!
I love to let my imagination wander when I read the story of creation in Genesis. And that’s why I decided to write a rhyming book for kids. So they could hear the rhymes and imagine it, too.
Below is the section from the first day. And it’s easy to get the whole colorful paperback, on Amazon, for your kids. Just click or tap one of the links in this post. Or, SCAN the secret link in the picture at the top of this page.
My book makes the days of creation easy for kids to understand and remember. Because it rhymes. Kids love that.
Before there were created things like water and fresh air…
No world or human beings were existing anywhere.
Then God created earth and sea and all the heavens too.
There was no sun, no moon, no stars, and only God shone through.
He looked down at the waters and the dark face of the deep.
The earth was still and quiet just as we are when we sleep.
He said, “Let there be light” the way a perfect, true God could,
And then He saw the brand new light and knew that it was good.
Then God divided light and dark, and darkness He called Night.
The light would be called Day, and it was pleasing in His sight.
That evening and that morning wouldn’t be the total sum…
No, that was just the very first day…five were yet to come.
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